Humor, biography and historical tragedy often make for strange if not incompatible bedfellows, but Lousine Shamamian has managed to unite the three with brilliant gusto at this year's New York Fringe Festival.
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Taurel explores the many faces of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), painting a detailed portrait of the military experience which explains that when trauma strikes one, it affects all.
It seems Kimberly was destined to play bold, brassy, determined ladies of the twentieth century - -women who defied the odds of class, ethnicity and appearance to get exactly where they wanted to go.
I was one of those kids in school whose hand always shot up with answers. Well, to clarify, that was in history and English -- and probably not ever in math or science.
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Artist: John Baldessari
Venue: Margo Leavin, Los Angeles
Exhibition Title: Sediment
Date: May 22 -- July 10, 2010
My solo show is less than five weeks away. There's nothing like a deadline to align all the atoms of the universe so I can see with crystal clarity.
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